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String Theory is a chamber music series bringing inspiring evenings of the best chamber music to the Hunter Museum of American Art. Offering superb musical performances in an artistically satisfying setting, this series will feature some of the world’s most sought after musicians.

About string theory

String Theory is a chamber music series bringing inspiring evenings of the best chamber music to the Hunter Museum of American Art. Offering superb musical performances in an artistically satisfying setting, this series will feature some of the world’s most sought after musicians....

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season annoucement

Dear Friends,

I am filled with joy and anticipation as we look forward to String Theory Season Thirteen with live, in-person concerts at the Hunter Museum! What a thrill it will be to be back together again, experiencing live music after a long and

uncertain hiatus. We made the best of this time apart, finding new ways to connect and share music virtually, but nothing beats live concerts. Thank you for your unwavering support which has been the pillar of the series - you are

truly the heart and soul of String Theory.

This season we bring you some of the most beloved chamber music repertoire including Schubert’s Fantasie, Brahms’ Horn Trio and Sextet in B-flat Major as well as lesser-known works such as the Kodaly Duo and Smetana

Trio. Twenty-one musicians will grace the String Theory stage, with eight making their Chattanooga debuts.

The season opens with the much-anticipated world-premiere of Patrick Castillo’s Winter Light performed by my dear friends from Music@Menlo. In November, the most celebrated horn player in the world, Radovan Vlatković, visits us all the way from Salzburg. He will make his Chattanooga debut with Brahms’ triumphant horn trio.

The new year starts with Alexander Sitkovetsky and David Requiro showcasing a trifecta of Eastern European composers in February, followed by Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center on Tour featuring Schubert’s hauntingly beautiful Fantasie for Piano Four Hands in March.

The season concludes with Mozart’s effervescent Piano Concerto in A Major and Brahms’ sextet performed by violinists Arnaud Sussmann and Chad Hoopes, violists Matthew Lipman and Tien-Hsin Cindy Wu, and cellists Colin Carr and Nick Canellakis.

Pianist Mika Sasaki and violinist Rebecca Anderson will take part in our Outreach Week, bringing classical music to all corners of our community culminating in our Annual Family Concert. We are excited to present a vibrant

year of outreach initiatives.

I have missed all of you and I am counting down the days until I can be back at the Hunter sharing music with you again!

Warmly,

About string theory

String Theory is a chamber music series bringing inspiring evenings of the best chamber music to the Hunter Museum of American Art. Offering superb musical performances in an artistically satisfying setting, this series will feature some of the world’s most sought after musicians....

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